IGNOU July 2020: The Indira Gandhi National Open University, commonly known as IGNOU, has extended the last date for admission to the July 2020 cycle. Students can now apply for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate degree and diploma programs till October 31, 2020. The extension, however, is not for certificate and semester-based programs.
“The last date for Fresh Admissions has been extended till 31st October 2020. Interested candidates can apply in Bachelor’s Degree Programmes, Master’s Degree Programmes and Diploma & PG Diploma Programmes of the university,” IGNOU said in a statement.
IGNOU further said: “This extension of the last date shall not apply to Certificate and Semester-based programmes, i.e., MP, MPB, PGDMM, PGDFM, PGDHRM, PGDOM, PGDFMP, DBPOFA, PGDIS, MCA, BCA, and all Certificate and Awareness programmes of 6 months duration or less.”
Previously, the last date to apply for IGNOU July 2020 cycle was October 5. For admission, candidates can visit the online admission portal of the university, ignouadmission.samarth.edu.in.
Before applying for admission to IGNOU, candidates can read the common prospectus from the website and check rules for admission.
Candidates can apply online for all programmes at ignou.ac.in.
The programmes offered by IGNOU include all undergraduate, postgraduate, diploma, certificate, PG Certificate and appreciation/awareness level programmes.
Candidates can apply online on the admission portal of IGNOU at ignouadmission.samarth.edu.in.
How to apply for IGNOU July 2020 admission:
1. Visit the official website at ignou.ac.in
2. On the homepage, click on the registration link
3. Read the instructions, and click on the link that reads, “Proceed for re-registration”
4. If you are a new user, click on the “New Registration” link and fill in the necessary information
5. After the registration is complete, go back and log in
6. Fill in all the requisite information and pay the registration fee
7. Submit the application
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